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PISR-ES Riyadh maintains standard of academic excellence

Pakistan International School, English Section, Riyadh (PISR-ES) has been enjoying the reputation of being one of the best educational institutions in the region for the last decade by continuously producing excellent results in ‘O’ and ‘A’ International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) exams. The students of PISR-ES further strengthened this reputation by showing outstanding performance in the results declared by the Cambridge University few days back. In Cambridge IGCSE, the school has produced a 100 percent result with 97 percent students achieving grades from A* to C as per international range scale while 73 percent are A* & A grade achievers. The percentage of grades from A* to B remains 90 which reflects the marvelous performance of the students in these examinations. This is the fifth consecutive year when PISES has produced excellent results maintaining the percentage of these highest grades above 90 which reflects the students’ dedication, staff’s devotion and parents’ contribution. These excellent results distinct PISR-ES from all other international schools not only in the Kingdom but the region. Zahra Zubair and Zainab Hameed among girls and Athar Nabi Kamran among boys got the first position with 6 A*s/As. Other top achievers are Anousha Sultan, Hiba Noor Younus, Narmeen Sheikh, Aishah Mahmood Amin, Laiba Arshad Khan, Fatima Kaleem Ahamd, Zainab Tariq Soomro, Abdur Rahman Mustafa, Burhan ul Haq, Hamza Tauqeer, Hamza Hamid Hussain, Sabih Ullah Malik, Sahibzada M.Jan, Syed Wahaj Ahmad and Syed Hadi Hussain scored 5A*s. The students who got 4 A*s and 1A are Abeera Babar, Fatima Tariq, Mubashira Ali, Saba Ayub, Mahnoor Rasool Khawaja, Marriyam Tariq, Momal Mazher Hussain, Waheeda Khalid, Mariam Asad, Muhammad Abdul Rasheed, Muhammad Abdullah Mubashir, Abdullah Younis, Hasnain Shahzad Butt, Arif Elahi Sheikh, Hamza Naeem and Mustafa. Further, Hiba Kamran, Hamna Aslam, Eman Arif, Yusra Iftikhar, Aisha Manal, Faraz Jamil, Zawar Idrees and Umar Sawal are among those who scored 3A*s and 2As. Prof Dr Sultan Ayub Meo, chairman SMC; Rana Sarfraz Ahmad, vice chairman SMC; and Muhammad Tanveer, acting principal of PISR-ES, expressed their feelings of gratitude to Allah Almighty for this achievement and congratulated the staff, students and their parents for their collective efforts and contribution in bringing the school to this standard. On this occasion, it was reiterated, “Struggle for continuous improvement is a key not only to maintain this position but also to acquire further achievements in future.”